|Written by ToolsJournal | Tuesday, 12 February 2013|
Oracle, a software giant has announced the release of Oracle's Agile Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Oracle's Agile Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) for Process. These two products are designed to automate business processes for companies of all sizes. They also help companies to implement the efficient business process so that they can reduce cost and increase profitability.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Tuesday, 12 February 2013|
The convergence of cloud computing with mobile connectivity is rapidly changing the way applications are being developed and infrastructures are being built. Early last year, HP had launched the HP Converged Cloud, a hybrid delivery approach based on a common architecture, spanning traditional IT, private, managed and public clouds.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Monday, 28 January 2013|
VersionOne, a recognised leader in agile project management tools, has launched a comprehensive suite of agile visualisation products to help enabling teams to view data more easily, identify problems and collaborate, thus achieving their set goals in a more holistic manner.
|Written by Sudheer Raju | Monday, 03 December 2012|
Writing posts on agile and technology is one thing but being a nearly 40s, its an age where you also do some soul searching or in other words put some thoughts to find out your identity. The most important thing to realize is what is your karma score and how many lives would you take to settle your karma score.
Agility in an enterprise has been a major challenge with almost all the innovation in the industry coming in the same decade in form of cloud, big data, agile principles, mobility and social space. While some have embraced them quite well, most are struggling in such transformation to become an agile enterprise. Its essential to tune the mindset of individuals, organizations and enterprises on what it takes to be an agile enterprise.
Being in software industry for over 20 years and working as project manager for few years, it is interesting to see how software tools help in day to day organisation and implementation of software. Yes Agile manifesto mentions “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools”, there has been many software’s helping development teams meet that very end.
|Written by Sudheer Raju | Tuesday, 13 November 2012|
Oracle adds yet another acquisition to its long list this year and this time its Instantis, a leading provider of cloud-based and on-premise project portfolio management (PPM) solutions. Instantis enables IT departments, product development teams, and business process leaders to manage multiple corporate initiatives, and improve strategic alignment, execution, and financial performance. The products comes in both On-Premise and Cloud hosted installation model.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Thursday, 01 November 2012|
Microsoft Team Foundation Service(TFS), the collaboration platform for software development teams is now available for full production use. Microsoft Team Foundation Service is the Cloud version of Team Foundation Server that can be accessed anywhere anytime from Microsoft's suite of developer tools, including Visual Studio Express for Windows 8, Desktop, Phone 8 and Web. The service is available for free for teams having 5 users or less and for those having MSDN licenses. Till the pricing plans are announced, in early 2013 everybody can enjoy the benefits of TFS for free and upgrade as per their needs once the formal plans are announced.
|Written by Shankar Pandiath | Friday, 19 October 2012|
Sensible Softwares Private Limited, announced a few days ago that its cloud-based smart project management tool can now be accessed from the Rackspace Cloud Tools Marketplace. The marketplace is renowned for hosting plenty of innovative third party software management applications that the customers can use in developing, deploying, and managing their individual app in the cloud based system.
|Written by Sudheer Raju | Tuesday, 02 October 2012|
Serena Software has conducted a survey of IT professionals that focused on the current state of agile software development, the results of which came to light today. The research centered on what is working with regards to agile development methodology, the extent of agile adoption in enterprise IT organisations today, biggest challenges and more. The key findings revealed that development teams have united on agile practices, but lack the communication with customers, operations and other development teams, which slow projects and agile success.